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ACDONALD (J. RAMSAY), The NA Training, 476-484
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JATIONAL defence and military
Impotence of Socialism :

training,
Reply, 342–353; criticised, 859– National Theatre, The Question of
868

a, 734-742
Macedonia, Future of, Diplomatic National Workshops experiment in
Dreams and the, 722-733

France in 1848, 1003–1010
McKenna's (Mr.) Education Bill, 534- Naval Policy of Germany, The, 835–
567

851
Malcolm (Ian), The Heart Disease of Naval supremacy, British, General
the Empire, 48-61

Gordon's view of, 929-980
Mallock (W. H.), Persuasive So. Navy, British, The, and its rivals,
cialism, 852–868

485-500, 835-851
Manchester (Bishop of), An Extre- Navy Estimates and Naval Debates,

mist's View of an Educational The, 517-533
Compromise, 697-706

Negro, The, How to make him work,
Margoliouth (Mrs.), The Protection of 133–137, 386-397

Women : a Reply to Mrs. John Nicholson (Arthur P.), Shelley
Massie, 819-824

Contra Mundum,' 794-810
Marriott (J. A. R.), The Right to Nisbet (J.), The Recruitment of the
Work,' 999-1010

Indian Forest Service, 637-650
Massie (Mrs. John), A Woman's Plea Norfolk House, A Great, 973-986

against Woman Suffrage, 381-885; North-West Passage, The Real Hero
reply to, 819-824

of the, 245–253
Masterman (Charles F. G.), Politics
in Transition, 1-17
,

, 971-972

Maxwell (Sir Herberty
, James Knowles, OLD-AGE pensions, 971–972

-tarit,

693-694

285-296
Men in Other Worlds, Are There? Olympic Games, 1011-1021
614-624

On Earth-Peace !' 166-172
Midwifery as a Profession for Edu. Oriental and Western civilisations in .
cated Women, 90-97

India, 1022-1080
Michell (Roland L. N.), A Muslim. Orientals, Lord Cromer and, 743-750

Christian Sect in Cyprus, 751-

762
Miéville Sier, Walter F.), The New PAGE Lady: A Child's Recollec
Military training and National defence, Pall Mall Murder, The, of 1682, 272-
476-484

284
Mitra (S. M.), Lord Cromer and Pan-Anglican Congress, The, 898-902
Orientals, 743-750

Pan-Britannio athletic contests, 1011-
• Modern Egypt,' Lord Cromer's book 1021
on, criticised, 743–750

Pantomime Fairy, Story of a, 138–143
Modernism, A Vindication of, 311- Parliament and Party, 18–25
826

Parliament, Is it a representative
Monster Warship, The Cult of the, assembly? 825-834
903-925

Party system, Government under the,
Montgomery (H. J. B.), Criminals and 18-25

Crime : a Reply by an Ex-Prisoner, Paul (Herbert), The Permanence of
80-89; a rejoinder, 199-208

Wordsworth, 987-998
Moral teaching of Shakespeare, 209– Peace, War, and Civilisation, 166–172
220

Pearson (Norman), An .Eccentric
Morocco, French methods of civilising, Beauty' of the Eighteenth Cen-
577-581

tury, 771-786
Mothers, The St. Pancras School for, Petitot (Jean), Some New Informa-
763-770

tion respecting, 98-110
Music-Drama of the Future, The Phelps (Miss Sydney K.), · The Fairy
Ring' and, 488-446

Prince,' 188–143
Muslim-Christian Sect in Cyprus, A, Pictures and sculpture at the Salon
751-762

and the Academy, 949-961
Mysteries and folklore in ancient and Planets, Other, and their inhabitants,
modern Greece, 651-660

614-624
Mythology and the historical origin of Poetry of Wordsworth, its permanence,
fair ies, 221-281

987-998

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Polar displacements and earthquakes, Social Reform, The Emperor
144-150

William II. and, 38–47
Politics in Transition, 1-17

Socialism and Eugenics, 969-972
Portugal, 62–79

Socialism, Persuasive, 852-868
Pratt (Edwin A.), Sobriety by Act of Socialism, The Impotence of, 186-
Parliament, 582-594

198;

А Reply, 342–353; A
Pro Deo et Patria, 476-484

Rejoinder, 661-673
Public Trustee, The, 297-304; Some Soudan, Progress in the, 127-132
Comments on, 465-475

Soudan, The, Gordon, and the Glad.

stone Government, 674-682
– Zobeir Pasha and General Gordon,

934, 936-948
and the poet Gay, 773-786

Spitalfields waifs and efforts to reclaim

them, 398-410
RAILWAYS, The Nationalisation

Stanley of Alderley (Lord), The
of : an Object-Lesson from the

Educational Crisis : Points for
Cape, 501-516

Elucidation in the Bill, 534-549
Reich (Dr. Emil), History and Char- Statham (H. Heathcote), The Morality
acter, 254–271

of Shakspeare, 209-220; Reflections
Religious education in State schools,

at the "Salon and the Royal
550-567

Academy, 949-961
Religious equality in elementary

Stirling (Mrs.), Fresh Light on Coke
schools, 1031-1088

of Norfolk, 625-636
Ribblesdale (Lord), Conversations

Stoker (Bram), The Question of a
with Zobeir Pasha at Gibraltar,

National Theatre, 734-742
936-948

Suffragists, Peers, and the Crowd,
Right to Work, The, 999-1010

825-834
Robinson (Dr. Louis), Are there Men

Sullivan (Sir Edward), A Belgian
in other Worlds ? 614-624

Poet of Yesterday, 411-427
Roscoe's correspondence with Coke of

Holkham in Norfolk, 625-636
Roumania (The Queen of), On Earth MARIFF Reform and Lord Randolph
-Peace 1'166-172

354-364
Roundell (Mrs. Charles), Extracts Tariff Reform, Labour and, 173–185

from the Journal of Lady Mary Tariff Reform, The Evolution of, in
Coke, 428-437

the Tory Party, 869-887
Royal Academy, Reflections at the

Temperance, alcoholism, and the
Salon and the, 949-961

Licensing Bill, 582-594
Russell (Hon. Mrs. Bertrand), The Theatre, National, State support for a,

St. Pancras School for Mothers, 734-742
763–770

Thrift and old-age pensions, 285–296

Thynne (Thomas) of Longleat, Murder
SAINTGERMAIN (The Comte de), of, 272–284

Tory Party, The, and Tariff Reform,
St. Pancràs School for Mothers, The, 869-887
763-770

Training Colleges and the Education
Salon, The Paris, and the Royal Bill, 566-567
Academy, 949-961

Training for midwives, 90-97
Schooling (William), Some Comments Trout in Hampshire and Scotland,
on the Public Trustee, 465-475

787-793
Seismic phenomena and polar dis- True Imperialism, The, 151-165
placements, 144-150

Trust Funds and the Public Trustee,
Self-help for the working classes, 297-304, 465-475
285-296

Tulloch (Major-General Sir Alexander
Settlements or Unsettlements ?. 365- B.), • Pro Deo et Patria,' 476-484
880

Turkey and Macedonia, 722–733
Sex disabilities and privileges and
woman's suffrage, 381-885

The of, 209-220
, Mundum,' 794-810

396
Smythe (Alfred), The Real Hero of Unemployed persons, State employ.

the North-West Passage, 245–253 ment for, 999-1010
Sobriety by Act of Parliament, 582-

Universities, The, and a School of
594

Journalism, 327–340

TARChurchill, 354-864

Share care o pre Morality 23.09220 UGANDA under British rule, 894–

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Waand the future of opera, 488–

VOLUNTARY Schools and the

William II., The Emperor, and Social
Bill

Reform, 38-47
William II., Emperor, The Foreign

Policy of the, 26-37
Williams (J. B.), Henry Walker

,
, Journalist of the Commonwealth,

454-464
446

Williamson (Dr. George C.), Some
Walker (Henry), Journalist of the New Information respecting Jean
Commonwealth, 454-464

Petitot, 98-110
Warship, Monster, The Cult of the, Wills (Sir Alfred) on criminals, reply
903-925

by an ex-prisoner, 80-89; defended,
Wedmore (Frederick), James Knowles, 199-208
691-692

Woman Suffrage, A Woman's Plea
Welldon (Bishop), James Knowles, against, 381-385

688-686; An. Imperial Conference' Women's Settlements, 607-613
of the Church and its Significance, Women, The Protection of : a reply
888-902

to Mrs. John Massie, 819-824
Wells (Mr. H. G.), his Socialistic Wordsworth, The Permanence of,
theories criticised, 852-858

987-998
White (Sir William H.), The Cult of Working Classes, The, Can they save ?

the Monster Warship, 903-925 -A Workman's View, 285-296
White (Sir William H.), The Navy / Wundermann, Der,' Count Saint-

Estimates and Naval Debates, Germain, 111-126

517-533
Whittaker (Sir Thomas P.), Will the
Licensing Bill promote Sobriety? ZOBEIR PASHA, Conversations

with, at Gibraltar, 936-948

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